RSPCA Chief Vet Warns of Death Trap For Dogs

Dog owners have been urged to keep their pets cool this summer to avoid the heartbreak of losing a much-loved companion.

Last year the RSPCA received more than 3,000 calls from members of the public relating to 4,589 dogs locked in hot cars at supermarkets, outdoor events and on the streets. During one recent hot weekend (Friday, 29 May to Monday, 1 June) the RSPCA received 175 calls involving 237 dogs.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

RSPCA Chief Vet Warns of Death Trap For Dogs

Related content:

  1. 10 Top Tips to Keep Your Dog Cool in Hot Weather
  2. RSPCA Chief Vet Condemns ‘Parade of Mutants’ – Pedigree Dogs Exposed
  3. Vet Charity Warns of BBQ Dangers for Dogs

Your Dog’s REAL Age Isn’t What You Think It Is

If you’d like to find out how old your dog really is in human years (and why it’s important): Click here to learn more »